Original Stream Date: November 13, 2014
Explore how institutions are maximizing recycling and composting efforts on tight budgets without sacrificing the quality of their programs.
Our presenters shared the no-cost and low-cost solutions and operational efficiencies that have made a big impact on their programs. They also discussed the potential impact of bar coding, RFID tagging and digital scanners to track bins and optimize collection routes.
Don’t miss this opportunity to inventory your own program and evaluate whether some of these ideas could yield a big return on your own recovery and processing efforts.
Matthew R. O’Carroll, Refuse, Recycling and Water Efficiency Manager – University of California, Santa Barbara-Mike Carey, Sustainability Director – Orange Coast Community College
Christine Von Kolnitz Cooley, Sustainability Manager – Medical University of South Carolina
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Documents referred to in presentations:
- The Effect of Dynamic Scheduling and Routing In a Solid
- Waste Management System. Ola M. Johansson, 2005